Includes a six-page article on Hugo Gernsback (1887-1967), the founder of the science fiction pulp Amazing Stories: "Barnum Of The Space Age: The Amazing Hugo Gernsback, Prophet Of Science" by Paul O'Neil.
This was a Google Books scan which I cleaned up a bit in Photoshop, straightening and cropping pages.
I used Adobe Acrobat to create a navigation pane for the .pdf and bookmarked the articles for ease of access. With the touch of your mouse pointer, you can instantly go to any article in the magazine.
Life Magazine Cover: Young actress Tuesday Weld changes her image.
Towns 30 miles apart meet the race crisis in different ways,
one is at war (Cambridge, Maryland), one is at peace (Salisbury,
The 100 gaudy years at Saratoga resort.
Two page color American Oil Company ad from the Americana series, Lincoln-Douglas debates, illustration by H. Charles McBarron.
End of the Texas towers, farewell to the iron bastards … Air Force radar towers in the Gulf.
Giants’ Alvin Dark gets mad when pitchers bean his batters.
Fountain sculpture in Seattle.
Recipient of lung transplant dies, but surgery takes a leap forward, Regis Sismour and Doctors Magovern and Yates.
Marvella Bayh and life in Washington D.C.
Amazing Hugo Gernsback and his space age scientific prophecies.
Outlandish and gaudy grand motels of America.
Famous stage couple, the Lunts, at their Wisconsin home.
Cute photo of little girls inspecting a ventilation grate in art gallery (instead of art) – San Francisco Museum of Art.
Full page color Ethyl Corporation ad encourages Americans to take their families on the road for hands-on education